Thursday, December 9, 2010

Around Town - Deck The Hills with SNOW!

Having recently seen the photos of the snowy streets of Paris,
including this image from the blog God, I Love Paris

I was thinking how nice it would be to have a little real winter weather in Beverly Hills
Well, apparently the weather gods (or the Rodeo Drive Committee) are granting me my wish


Mark your calendar for Thursday, Dec. 9 from 6-9 p.m. as Rodeo Drive and the City of Beverly Hills celebrate the Holiday Season with SNOW 90210 and a 100% chance of snow.

The tony city, that averages a 70 degree high temperature, a 73% chance of sunshine and a chilly low temperature of 52 degrees in early December, is guaranteeing a blizzard over 3 blocks of famed shopping street Rodeo Drive and also on Brighton Way.
The brainchild of the Rodeo Drive Committee, SNOW 90210 is based on the highly successful Fashion’s Night Out
I've been in a bah humbug mood all month, probably because there is so much to do and I can't seem to catch up. But I think that a stroll around the neighborhood tonight might be just the thing to put me in the proper Christmas spirit.
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David Toms said...

I saw the pictures of Paris on TV and the main man and I just swooned! It looked fabulous!

So yes, leave the bah humbug and cruise down Rodeo Drive when it is 'snowing" , and enjoy!

Ruby Tuesday said...

Believe me you do not want to see a real winter, well you may want to see one they look pretty enough .. but its an icy hell here xx

WendyB said...

I hope Paris gets all of NYC's snow this year. I just don't want any! Ugh.

Christina @ Fashion's Most Wanted said...

If it snows there, please take pictures! I hope you feel more into Christmas I'm still not there yet which is most unlike me xx

Laguna Beach Fogey said...

I've had enough of winters, and of snow. Snowy winters are like visiting New York City: it might be pleasant to visit once in a while, but it's a relief when it's over.

Rachel {Inspiration in Italy} said...

Well???? Did it snow?!?

I saw the photos of Paris too...looked incredibly dreamy. It snowed here in Rome last year for the first time since the 1980's, but with temperatures in the 60's this week I don't think we will be having a white Christmas this year!


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